Pluteus leoninus. This is the specimen which was out of focus in yesterdays post. (For more info about the species I refer to that image.) Because I found these specimens at the upper side of a rather thick fallen branch, it was rather easy to move around and make some images from different angles. In this image I tried to catch the light falling through the tiny stem accentuating its striate structure and reflecting that way at the underside of the cap and gills.
Image: Schilde (BE) - 21/09/2010
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